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    Electronic Voting Gunmen on the grassy knoll, AIDS, landing on the moon, chemtrails, UFO’s, CIA mind control and Waco are some of the well-known conspiracies. But what about George W. Bush’s re-election? This cynicism goes beyond political rhetoric and focuses on our ability to participate in a representative democracy. Developed by the ancient Greeks, one of the first voting systems involved dropping bronze disks into barrels. As technology progressed, the advancements in voting systems surrendered

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    This paper is a short theoretical approach of electronic voting. It explains types of electronic voting such as online and offline electronic voting that are used nowadays and procedures followed by the voters in this process. By explaining step by step the process of the electronic voting, this paper aims to poin out how secure is electronic voting. What are the advantages of electronic voting and why should we use it ? I. Introduction Electronic voting system is that kind of system in which all

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    individual’s vote, through electronic voting. Electronic voting is a way to cast a person’s ballot using an electronic voting machine that is touch screen. There are many advantages to using these machines during an election but there are also many disadvantages to using them as well. Before a person can make their own judgments on this subject it is important to understand and view both sides of the argument. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been put forth to upgrade voting systems all around the

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    The Security of Electronic Voting To this date, a lot of controversy exists surrounding electronic voting in all its forms. During elections employing electronic voting, sometimes mysteriously votes get deducted. Or even added. Bannet et al. [1] show that these machines can, with reasonable effort, be tampered with to do exactly what an adversary wants them to do. On the other hand, Clarkson et al. [2] worked hard on creating a system that tries to defend itself from these attacks. However, they

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    Electronic Voting Essay

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    Introduction: Electronic voting machine has now become an effective tool for voting. It mainly ensures flawless voting and thus has become a more widespread. Also those kinds of machines make human effort less and they are more economical. It is also free and very comfort in the part of voter. Electronic voting which is otherwise known as e-voting, used by electronic systems for representing and counting votes. Voting machines are in total combinations of mechanical, electromechanical or electronic parts

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    Era of Electronic Voting

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    Various voting systems are used all around the world in order to make people use their free will. Electronic voting system is one of them and this system has been used since 1960’s. There have been discussions about electronic voting system whether it is better system or not. Electronic voting system has the features like trustability, rapidness, accessibility and it is also user-friendly. In paper voting system, there are problems on both voting part and counting votes part. It cannot be argued

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    Remote Electronic Voting: A Simple, Safe, and Accurate Voting System Does it not seem obvious that the United States should be voting over the Internet by now? Considering all the vitally important monetary and information-related transactions that occur over the Internet every day, one would think this could and would have happened already. However, Remote Electronic Voting, especially on a national scale, presents us with some possibly troubling implications and problems. These implications

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    Cryptographic Protocols for Electronic Voting

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    Protocols for Electronic Voting After some preliminary research into the subject of electronic voting [BARL2003], it became apparent that there may be reason to mistrust current electronic voting systems. Further, as I studied a variety of voting systems, I realized I had little confidence that any of them (even paper ballots) would be guaranteed to produce a perfectly accurate tally. In my previous paper [BARL2003], I suggested the following definition: "An accurate voting system counts

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    system that casts election votes. Ideally, using electronic equipment has many advantages but there are disadvantages hiding in the cave ready to attack. We’ve all seen electronic equipment often work as expected but more importantly, it’s not uncommon for electronic equipment to fail and when this sort of concept is applied to voting, miscounting is simply unacceptable. I think the best way to solve this type problem is to try to make the voting machines work without fail but to never assume it

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    there are many steps that have to be taken. While it is important to have an electoral process in place, a constant struggle among voters, officials, and voting experts is trying to figure out which voting methods should be used in the United States. For example, not everyone agrees with using paperless (DRE) direct recording electronic voting machines for the electoral process. The idea of using those machines raises suspicion and trust issues among some voters because “There is no way to tell whether

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